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self  /s'ɛlf/  
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來源(1): pydict data [pydict]
self- 自我 來源(2): pydict data [pydict]
self 自己,自我,本性,本質,私心,本人(vt.)使近親繁殖 來源(3): F.O.L.D.O.C [foldoc]
Self A small, dynamically typed {object-oriented language}, based purely on prototypes and delegation. Self was developed by the Self Group at {Sun Microsystems Laboratories, Inc.} and Stanford University. It is an experimental exploratory programming language. Release 2.0 introduces full source-level debugging of optimised code, adaptive optimisation to shorten compile pauses, lightweight threads within Self, support for dynamically linking foreign functions, changing programs within Self and the ability to run the experimental Self graphical browser under OpenWindows. Designed for expressive power and malleability, Self combines a pure, prototype-based object model with uniform access to state and behaviour. Unlike other languages, Self allows objects to inherit state and to change their patterns of inheritance dynamically. Self's customising compiler can generate very efficient code compared to other dynamically-typed object-oriented languages. Version: 3.0 runs on Sun-3 (no optimiser) and Sun-4. {(http://sunlabs.com/research/self/)}. ["Self: The Power of Simplicity", David Ungar <ungar@sun.eng.com> et al, SIGPLAN Notices 22(12):227-242, OOPSLA '87, Dec 1987]. (1999-06-09) 來源(4): Taiwan MOE computer dictionary [moecomp]
self 程序自修改 來源(5): Taiwan MOE computer dictionary [moecomp]
self 自行檢修 來源(6): Network Terminology [netterm]
self來源(7): 頭字語字典 (Acronym and Initialism) [acronym]
Self Propelled 來源(8): The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48 [gcide]
Self \Self\ (s[e^]lf), a. [AS. self, seolf, sylf; akin to OS. self, OFries. self, D. zelf, G. selb, selber, selbst, Dan. selv. Sw. sjelf, Icel. sj[=a]lfr, Goth. silba. Cf. {Selvage}.] 1. Same; particular; very; identical. [Obs., except in the compound selfsame.] "On these self hills." --Sir. W. Raleigh. [1913 Webster] To shoot another arrow that self way Which you did shoot the first. --Shak. [1913 Webster] At that self moment enters Palamon. --Dryden. [1913 Webster] 2. Having its own or a single nature or character, as in color, composition, etc., without addition or change; unmixed; as, a self bow, one made from a single piece of wood; self flower or plant, one which is wholly of one color; self-colored. [Webster 1913 Suppl.] 來源(9): The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48 [gcide]
Self \Self\, n.; pl. {Selves}. 1. The individual as the object of his own reflective consciousness; the man viewed by his own cognition as the subject of all his mental phenomena, the agent in his own activities, the subject of his own feelings, and the possessor of capacities and character; a person as a distinct individual; a being regarded as having personality. "Those who liked their real selves." --Addison. [1913 Webster] A man's self may be the worst fellow to converse with in the world. --Pope. [1913 Webster] The self, the I, is recognized in every act of intelligence as the subject to which that act belongs. It is I that perceive, I that imagine, I that remember, I that attend, I that compare, I that feel, I that will, I that am conscious. --Sir W. Hamilton. [1913 Webster] 2. Hence, personal interest, or love of private interest; selfishness; as, self is his whole aim. [1913 Webster] 3. Personification; embodiment. [Poetic.] [1913 Webster] She was beauty's self. --Thomson. [1913 Webster] Note: Self is united to certain personal pronouns and pronominal adjectives to express emphasis or distinction. Thus, for emphasis; I myself will write; I will examine for myself; thou thyself shalt go; thou shalt see for thyself; you yourself shall write; you shall see for yourself; he himself shall write; he shall examine for himself; she herself shall write; she shall examine for herself; the child itself shall be carried; it shall be present itself. It is also used reflexively; as, I abhor myself; thou enrichest thyself; he loves himself; she admires herself; it pleases itself; we walue ourselves; ye hurry yourselves; they see themselves. Himself, herself, themselves, are used in the nominative case, as well as in the objective. "Jesus himself baptized not, but his disciples." --John iv. 2. [1913 Webster] Note: self is used in the formation of innumerable compounds, usually of obvious signification, in most of which it denotes either the agent or the object of the action expressed by the word with which it is joined, or the person in behalf of whom it is performed, or the person or thing to, for, or towards whom or which a quality, attribute, or feeling expressed by the following word belongs, is directed, or is exerted, or from which it proceeds; or it denotes the subject of, or object affected by, such action, quality, attribute, feeling, or the like; as, self-abandoning, self-abnegation, self-abhorring, self-absorbed, self-accusing, self-adjusting, self-balanced, self-boasting, self-canceled, self-combating, self-commendation, self-condemned, self-conflict, self-conquest, self-constituted, self-consumed, self-contempt, self-controlled, self-deceiving, self-denying, self-destroyed, self-disclosure, self-display, self-dominion, self-doomed, self-elected, self-evolved, self-exalting, self-excusing, self-exile, self-fed, self-fulfillment, self-governed, self-harming, self-helpless, self-humiliation, self-idolized, self-inflicted, self-improvement, self-instruction, self-invited, self-judging, self-justification, self-loathing, self-loving, self-maintenance, self-mastered, self-nourishment, self-perfect, self-perpetuation, self-pleasing, self-praising, self-preserving, self-questioned, self-relying, self-restraining, self-revelation, self-ruined, self-satisfaction, self-support, self-sustained, self-sustaining, self-tormenting, self-troubling, self-trust, self-tuition, self-upbraiding, self-valuing, self-worshiping, and many others. [1913 Webster] 來源(10): WordNet (r) 3.0 (2006) [wn]
self adj 1: (used as a combining form) relating to--of or by or to or from or for--the self; "self-knowledge"; "self- proclaimed"; "self-induced" n 1: your consciousness of your own identity [syn: {self}, {ego}] 2: a person considered as a unique individual; "one's own self" 來源(11): THE DEVIL'S DICTIONARY ((C)1911 Released April 15 1993) [devils]
SELF-:ESTEEM:, n. An erroneous appraisement. 來源(12): THE DEVIL'S DICTIONARY ((C)1911 Released April 15 1993) [devils]
SELF-:EVIDENT:, adj. Evident to one's self and to nobody else. 來源(13): Moby Thesaurus II by Grady Ward, 1.0 [moby-thesaurus]
86 Moby Thesaurus words for "self": I, I myself, alter, alter ego, alterum, anima, anima humana, atman, ba, better self, breath, breath of life, buddhi, coconscious, collective unconscious, conscience, conscious self, death instinct, divine breath, ego, ego ideal, ego-id conflict, ethical self, foreconscious, he, heart, her, herself, him, himself, id, inner man, inner self, it, jiva, jivatma, khu, libidinal energy, libido, manes, me, mind, motive force, my humble self, myself, nephesh, number one, oneself, other self, ourselves, persona, personality, pleasure principle, pneuma, preconscious, primitive self, psyche, psychic apparatus, purusha, racial unconscious, ruach, shade, shadow, she, soul, spirit, spiritual being, spiritus, subconscious, subconscious mind, subconscious self, subliminal, subliminal self, submerged mind, superego, the self, them, themselves, they, unconscious, unconscious mind, vital impulse, you, yours truly, yourself, yourselves 來源(14): Internet Dictionary Project [english-german]
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